It looks like we might have the Flocker virus writer's name, age, gender, address, picture, e-mail addresses, IM logins and nicknames. How? Using Google. It all started when we found a nickname in the EPOC executable of the sample. I simply searched for that nickname on Google, and -- coincidence ? -- ran into Indonesian cyberphreaking and mobile phone communities. Digging in that area, it seemed I got really lucky: The person's nickname is the one in the EPOC executable The person''s last name or pseudonym is another word found in the EPOC... [Read More]
by RSS Axelle Apvrille  |  Mar 09, 2009  |  Filed in: Security Research